Obama Administration Reveals Plans To Improve Fuel Efficieny [Headlines]
The White House has proposed to improve cars' gasoline mileage to 54.5 mpg by 2025, a plan that is under Congressional scrutiny.
The Obama Administration hopes to finalize a proposal by next summer. Regulations would go into place by 2017, and aim to require that fuel efficiency standards are raised progressively over the next fourteen years. The Guardian.
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